Dawn's book is a delight! The heroine is believable, independent and determined. The hero is a man most women would love to have, and the additional perks of his having two equally handsome and roguish brothers make for abundant humor. The three magical beings that intercede on love's behalf add to the plot of this remarkable fantasy of love.

Lady Jessaline doesn't want to wed, and her refusal gains her nothing but beatings. A last, desperate plea at the altar results in Llew, the Demon Lord of Dunmore, coming to her rescue. He marries her on the spot but fails to assert his rights of marriage. Instead, he does everything to her body except take her maidenhead. The men in Llew's family never marry. They take their pleasure where they find it, without any thought of love. Llew sees no reason to change, but Jess, one of the most beautiful women he's ever seen, has him wondering if he will soon change his mind. While he's pondering if he wants to stay married or send her away untouched, he discovers that life without Jess would leave a hole in his heart. (Samhain, Mar., 232 pp., $12.50)
Reviewed by: 
Faith V. Smith